The Norwegian Cervical Cancer Screening Programme (NCCSP)
The screening programme recommends screening regulary for women between 25 and 69 years of age. The aim is to prevent cervical cancer. More than half of women diagnosed with cervical cancer have not attended screening as recommended.Screening | Cervical cancer | Cancer Research UK,Screening. The NHS cervical screening programme invites women aged between 25 and 64 for cervical screening. Screening also applies to other people within this age range who have a cervix, such as trans men. The screening test can pick up abnormal cells thatCervical cancer screening programmes and policies in 18,,Aug 24, 2004 · Organised screening programmes for cervical cancer using Pap smears have been shown to be effective in decreasing mortality and incidence from the disease (Fidler et al, 1968; Hakama and Räsänen-Virtanen, 1976; Hakama, 1982; Day, 1986; Läärä et al, 1987; Lynge, 2000).